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SchwinnS350 While trying to replace batteries in the battery pack, uhooked the tandem wiring and am unsure how to re-install. Help!!!!

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  • Tone-Tone Jun 28, 2008

    Not certain how to reconnect wires for the two tandem replacemnt batteries.

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Probably Red to scooter to one battery's positive. That batterys negative to other battery's positive and that battery's negative to scooters black wire. Everything will connect in a series.

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